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March 31, 2011

ASCAP New York Sessions

The first batch of outstanding panelists has been confirmed to appear at ASCAP New York Sessions!

The Grammy-winning songwriting/production duo Stargate - Mikkel Eriksen and Tor Hermansen - will share the inspiration and craft behind their biggest hits, and Kerry "Krucial" Brothers ("No One," "Fallin'"), David Lang (Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, Co-Founder - Bang on a Can), Maria Schneider (Cerulian Skies, Concert in the Garden), Sandy Vee ("Firework," "Only Girl (In the World)") and Gregg Wattenberg ("Hey Soul Sister," "It's Not Over") will discuss their successful careers.

New York City has a rich musical legacy, from the Brill Building and Tin Pan Alley to Broadway to the excitement of the cutting edge downtown music scene. New York has inspired countless songs for a reason: it's a city filled with creative energy and excitement.

Once again, ASCAP will bring top songwriters, composers and producers together in New York for a full day devoted to the craft, creativity and business of being a music creator, all to help you strengthen your skills, knowledge and connections.

Registration starts at the tremendous price of just $55 for ASCAP Members and $75 for all others! But these great prices won't last. Register now before prices go up on March 15.

Even more great programming will be announced in the coming days! Register now to secure your seat, and then keep an eye on the ASCAP New York Sessions website as more exciting names will be added soon.

Low pricing won't last! Register now at www.ascap.com/sessions.

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